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Oxford Textbook of Oncology (Oxford Medical Publications)

by M. J. Peckham

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0192616854, Hardcover)

The Oxford Textbook of Oncology is a landmark reference resource for practicing and trainee oncologists. It combines the experience of the world's leading cancer experts with an unsurpassed integration of basic science and clinical practice.

It sets new standards for publishing in oncology, offering a ground-breaking innovative approach to the field combined with the quality, accuracy, and intellectual rigor you have come to expect from the world's most prestigious reference publisher. The Oxford Textbook of Oncology is the first major oncology text to provide a fully integrated discussion of the various treatment techniques available and the first to present oncology from an international perspective rather than from the narrow view of a single area or country.

The Oxford Textbook of Oncology is the definitive oncology reference for this decade and beyond. It has been designed with one purpose: to help you improve the quality, ease, and speed of the care you provide your patients. It is an essential purchase for every medical oncologist, radiologist, surgical oncologist, pathologist, and others engaged in the care of cancer patients.

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